A Look At Freedom's Currents

A Look At Freedom's Currents
Each time a person stands up for an ideal, or acts to improve the lot of others. . .they send forth a ripple of hope, and crossing each other from a million different centers of energy and daring, those ripples build a current that can sweep down the mightiest walls of oppression and resistance." Robert F. Kennedy

21st Century's Priority One

1) Implementation of: The Promise of New Energy Systems & Beyond Oil ___________________________________________ #1 Disolves the Problem of the ill designed "Corporism: The Systemic Disease that Destroys Civilization." through simple scientific common sense ___________________________________________ _________ Using grade school physics of both Newtonian and Nuclear models, does anyone foresee counter currents of sufficient size to minimize/change direction of the huge Tsunami roaring down on us, taking away not only our Freedom, but our Lives? Regardless if our salaries are dependant on us not knowing the inconvenient truths of reality (global warming, corporate rule, stagnant energy science) portrayed by the rare articles in the news media? I know only one - a free science, our window to Reality - that easily resolves the Foundational Problem of Quantum Physics and takes E=MC2 out of Kindergarten

Saturday, April 11, 2009

An Impossible World?

An Impossible World? Excerpt from The Energy Solution Revolution http://www.brianoleary.info/index.html

Credibility for Appleby's world - by Freedom Times & StarSteps
The Radius of Curvature of all Natural Law principle buried within the equation E=MC2 unified Physics and Metaphysics. In short, the quantity C was the measure of the radius of curvature of natural law. It was the factor enabling us to determine precisely the degree of change in the curvature of one law which is brought about by a specified change in the application of the others (i.e., space, time, mass, matter, energy, gravity). Stating that the quantity C is the radius of the curvature of natural law, simply means that if a differential of energy equal to this quantity exists between the observer and the point which he is observing, the natural laws will be suspended. If the energy differential is in excess of the quantity C, the laws will appear to operate in reverse at that point. In effect, an unlimited, multidimensional universe opened, dissolving the light barrier and single pole gravitational limitation, merging science and spiritual dimensions to a unified, as above so below, foundation.

An Impossible World?

Arriving home from work, Appleby’s heart skipped a beat when he saw the return address on the mail his wife had left on the kitchen table-perhaps this time he’d be offered a sale for his curious brand of fiction.

Excitedly he tore it open:

Dear Mr. Appleby,

Thank you for your recent submission to Altair Space Monkey. Unfortunately, we will have to pass on your story.

For your further development, comments from reviewers are included below:

‘The entire premise of the story is that people could have an underlying predisposition to the pathological; i.e., a natural inclination to both superficialities and what might in more educated circles be politely referred to as a grotesque desire to dominate others. This is more than just a literary sleight of had – it is the crutch of absurdity. I would suggest that if the author’s intent is to merely shock, then the juvenile dime market might be more receptive of such efforts.’


‘In times past, before the sciences of evolution, sociology and psychology became as advanced as they are today, your story might have had a chance – a slim one to be sure, but it might have been offered a ‘revise and resubmit’. Nowadays, though, the readership of quality publications such as Altair Space Money has matured alongside scientific progress. Extrapolating from the known to the possible is fine, and indeed is the essence of good science fiction. But stories that leap from the possible to the most highly improbable do not engage our informed readers. Altair Space Monkey is a magazine of science fiction, not fantastic horror. The society described in your story would never progress beyond the Stone Age. Its people would rather spend their time gazing at their own images in rock pools than working together for any collective benefit. And if by some lucky spin of the cosmic roulette wheel they did produce more technology than just fire, such progress in science would surely be used in such adverse ways that the society you invented could never be achieved, let alone sustained. I would suggest that the author take the time to read an introductory test on evolutionary science.’

And finally…

In your poorly conceptualized story, you make reference to a so-called ‘modern,’ ‘technological’ society that features, among other silliness, more weapons, more wars of aggression, more pollution a steadily increasing number of working hours as well as increasing unemployment. Exactly how would that come about? You further suggest the citizens of this fantasy prefer to spend their time chasing rainbows in the form of some sort of never-ending cycle of conspicuous consumption. You even have the protagonist utter that he must continue to do so ‘just to keep up’…but who is it that these wretched souls are trying to keep up with? If everyone is buying the same things, then exactly how are they differentiated by what they own – anyone can just go out and buy more of the same, can’t they?

‘You also presuppose that no one in this society has access to universal power. That is, you seem to posit that none of the zero-point technologies we enjoy ever appeared anywhere-not even in a single garage workshop despite their simplicity-while billions in research dollars are being spent on ever-bigger Tokomaks, cyclotrons, and other preposterously grand curiosities! Why would resources be ploughed first into scientific realms that although arguably worthy of abstract attention, are unlikely to benefit the public on any tangible level? Who would allow such an illogical apportioning of resources? Or are you suggesting that they did develop practical alternative energy sources, but due to some strange hidden agenda, they were suppressed? Who would benefit from that? Again, such a society would very soon reach a ‘boiling point,’ a combined socio-economic-environmental crisis from which it might never recover.

‘Think about it” if this insane world of yours, with over six billion people I might add, all self-chained to the same consumerist treadmill (or aspiring to be!) had to depend upon fossilized hydrocarbons for the majority of their fuel needs, the biosphere they depend upon would be overwhelmed in a matter of decades. And please, in any future submissions, do not attempt to paint nuclear power as even a borderline possibility. The majority of our readership is not scientifically illiterate, and hence is unlikely to present a blind eye to that little problem of half-lives of nuclear waste products (the safe disposal of which you neglected to describe). Given the environmental and economic ludicrousness of such an obvious hazard, why would any ruling powers- secret or otherwise allow it? If this society were to collapse, as the sort you madly envision must, then what would such clandestine groups have left to rule over?

‘Finally, in such a psychologically and economically barren world, what space would there be for art, literature? For a family? The average person-what you call ‘consumers’-would be ground between the stone wheels of work and debt….’’’

Appleby scrunched the rejection letter, tossed it in the trashcan. His face twisted.

“What did those twits know?” he asked himself aloud. Deep down, though, he knew they were right-it was the fourth rejection slip he’d received for this story, and the feedback was always the same.

But his imagination refused to relax its iron grip: what if history had taken a sinister turn instead of a sensible one? What if darker forces drove peoples’ nature? He saw it still-any early world of resource scarcity, where some people-perhaps just one or two here and there-decided that is was better to look out for themselves first and worry about others later, and even then only if it was convenient, with a personal payoff. How might such individuals, who would surely grow in number given the starting conditions, evolve socially and continue to prosper?

Appleby’s mind soared across the millennia, to a society where self-interest and struggle for control of others was the norm, cooperation the deviation, where citizens competed for more baubles, more new shiny things to declare their status over their lesser brethren. Rats in cages, spending their pitiful lives dashing about on exercise wheels going nowhere, the sputtering candles burning low, while from the shadows darker powers watched in amusement.

It had to be possible.

Emboldened by his imagination, Appleby dashed of another submission letter.

Afterwards, as he sat sipping a coffee, his gaze drifted to the toaster-sized ZP inductor in the kitchen, and he thanked his lucky stars that he lived in a world where he never had to pay a power bill, where heating and cooling were free of energy costs, where is water was pure and veggies local and fresh, and where a four hour work day allowed him ample spare time to indulge in his writing fantasies.

Outside, the air was fresh and the streets clean. Everyone had a job, and in this world-the real world-there were no clandestine powers holding back progress. All received a fair share for their efforts.

For a moment, Appleby wondered that the citizens in the gloomy world imagined in his story might make of this one? Would they too consider it impossible? A utopian dream beyond their grasp?

He reached for his pen.

Sold Out: How Wall Street and Washington Betrayed America

(AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)
A group called Wall Street Watch is out with a report that finds that “Wall Street investment firms, commercial banks, hedge funds, real estate companies and insurance conglomerates made $1.7 billion in political contributions and spent another $3.4 billion on lobbyists” between 1998 and 2008. The report, "Sold Out: How Wall Street and Washington Betrayed America," concludes that the contributions were “aimed at undercutting federal regulation” and ultimately “led directly to the current financial collapse.” The two men behind the report are California lawyer Harvey Rosenfield of the nonprofit Consumer Education Foundation and Robert Weissman of Essential Information, a Washington nonprofit “that seeks to curb excessive corporate power.” The report argues that the lobbying and contributions kept financial derivatives from being regulated, led to the repeal of regulatory barriers between commercial banks and investment banks and kept the government from stepping into halt predatory subprime lending. (The authors list “12 Key Policy Decisions Led to Cataclysm” here.) "Depression-era programs that would have prevented the financial meltdown that began last year were dismantled, and the warnings of those who foresaw disaster were drowned in an ocean of political money,” Rosenfield said in a release. The authors don’t blame either political party, noting that roughly 55 percent of the donations went to Republicans and 45 percent to Democrats. In the 2008 election cycle, they note, Democrats received slightly more than half of the financial sector’s contributions. They also say that 142 of the lobbyists employed by 20 “leading financial firms” during this period “were previously high-ranking officials or employees in the Executive Branch or Congress.” The report can be found here.

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